Sites listed here are about the arts or folk arts of the African-American culture. Contemporary arts that are generally world wide should not be listed. Instead send those to the appropriate category of Arts
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The African American Art & Culture Complex of San Francisco
A San Francisco based complex that encourages appreciation of art and culture through community programs and activities.
The African American Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A guide to current and upcoming events, exhibits, lectures, activities, and educational programs.
The African American Music and Culture Archives at Indiana University
A guide to Indiana University's research center archives.
The African-American Mosaic Exhibition (Library of Congress)
This exhibit marks the publication of a Library of Congress resource guide for the study of Black history and culture.
Afrofuturism: The Web Site
Explores technological effects on black culture and art. Featuring listserv information, bibliography, filmography, discography, and links.
An online community featuring collections of poetry and photographs.
Annual event showcasing the cultural heritage of West African descendants in coastal South Carolina. Includes schedule, background, and participation details.
Hammonds House Gallery and Resource Center
A guide to current and upcoming events, exhibits, lectures, activities, and educational programs at the Atlanta based fine art museum for African American art.
Spoken word and music series in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Site features news and upcoming events.
Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum
Maintains a substantial collection of rare and out-of-print books, documents, films, music, photographs and memorabilia on African-American history and culture. Includes events, collections, and background. Culver City, California, USA.
The Name Site
Lists African names with meanings, ethnic origins and pronunciation. Includes African proverbs and ethnic greeting cards.
Project Row Houses
A guide to the current and upcoming events of a public art project involving artists on issues of neighborhood revitalization, historic preservation, community service, and youth education.
Last update:February 17, 2016 at 6:24:08 UTC